Tooradin Dalmore Netball Club (TDNC) provides a unique community sporting and social outlet for netballers of all ages and abilities. Not only do we provide a pathway for talented junior players to improve and succeed at a higher level, we endeavour to offer all our members the opportunity to play netball in a fun & inclusive environment regardless of their sporting ability. We provide the community a vibrant, progressive family oriented club open to all.
In 1954 Tooradin-Dalmore began their long running history as part of the South West Gippsland Netball League. Today, over fifty years on, the league is known as the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football/Netball League (MPNFL) and Tooradin-Dalmore is still very much a competitive and thriving club boasting a string of premierships and club championships.
The Tooradin-Dalmore Basketball (as netball was referred to then) Club was formed when the local football club joined the newly formed South West Gippsland Football League. It was compulsory for each football club to have a basketball club as well. The Club built their first court near the entrance to the football ground which was done with voluntary labour and was the first asphalt court in the Association. The Clubs original 1954 team made the finals in their first year of competition.
Today, TDNC competes in the MPNFL along with the Tooradin-Dalmore Football Club within the Casey Cardinia Football/Netball League. The club consists of junior teams: 13 & under, 15 & under, 17 & under, senior teams of C Grade, B Grade & A Grade. Most players are local to the area and this season we have over 60 registered junior and senior players.